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Re: CSVNStatusListCtrl resizeable columns bugs

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-02-16 22:23:51 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> I have been trying out the resizeable columns in the check for
>> modifications dialog.
>> The column resizing does not work if an intermediate column is
>> hidden. eg. if the URL column is hidden, you cannot move the
>> boundary between remote property status and lock. Sometimes you can
>> move a boundary left first, and then right. But not with the Lock
>> left boundary.
> Yes you can: you must move the cursor to the right position before
> you try to move the columns.

I don't understand. I position the cursor over the gap between 'remote
property' and 'lock' so that the <-|-> grap handle appears, then left
click and drag. Nothing moves. It works just fine with the other
boundaries. Maybe this is specific to Win2K. I will go try on my XP box...

Same there, but now I noticed there are 2 different grab handles. <-|->
is the one that works (even where I said it doesn't) but <-||-> (which
only appears when there is a column suppressed) does not. Looks like I
was trying to use the double bar grab handle. What is that one for?

>> If you click on a column header to sort, all widths are lost and
>> the column widths revert to the width of the title. This is
>> particularly bad for 'File' as you can only see the first few chars
>> of the filename.
> I don't know how you did that. But when I sort the columns, the
> resize (yes, that's not good), but they resize so that the text in
> the columns is fully visible, so the paths are fully visible after
> sorting.

Tried on XP with r5744, and it's the same, but my description was wrong.
It seems that the widths are saved when you exit the dialog. If you
click on a column header, the width reverts to the saved value from the
last time the dialog was used. I see you committed a version which does
more saves, so maybe that's fixed now.

Yesterday was the first time I had installed a version with this feature
(I have not updated for a while) and the default widths appear to be
matched to the header text width. Mostly that's OK, but not for the file

>> Sometimes the horizontal scrollbar disappears. This happens when
>> the columns resize as above and they all fit within the window
>> width. If you then make the file column column wider, the scrollbar
>> does not reappear.
> Don't know how to fix that one :(

Not a serious problem.


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